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Adventures of Jonathan Gullible: A Free Market Odyssey

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Illustrated hardcover edition with Audio CD. 
The story of a boy who becomes shipwrecked on an unfamiliar island after being swept out to sea in a storm. Having previously lived in a relatively free society, in this new strange land he experiences culture shock as he learns learns of bewildering laws and traditions of the islands inhabitants.
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The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible tells the story of a boy who becomes shipwrecked on an unfamiliar island after being swept out to sea in a storm. Having previously lived in a relatively free society, in this new strange land he experiences culture shock as he learns of bewildering laws and traditions of the island's inhabitants.

The story highlights the absurdities of the laws, the controls imposed on people's lives, and the economic drawbacks of these laws. The island's laws highlighted are recognizable as common to many countries throughout the world.

As the story unfolds, the part individuals in society play in political decision-making and personal responsibility is introduced for discussion. The book is a delight to read! As Jonathan meanders on his way around the Isle of Corrumpo, he meets the Food Police, Uncle Samta, the True Believers, the Grand Inquirer and the Democracy Gang along the way - along with many more wacky inhabitants whose strange ideas and even stranger ways Jonathan is challenged to understand and straighten out.

Translated into over 40 languages and 44 published editions, The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible has won numerous awards and has been endorsed by Steve Forbes, Walter Williams, John Stossel, Mark Skousen, and Austrian-school economists and educators throughout the world.

The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible has become the classic free-market mix of Frédéric Bastiat, Adam Smith, Ludwig von Mises, and Pat Paulsen! "This book makes you laugh, but it leaves you meditating...(on) the principles of a free economy and a free society", Valentina Buxar, Fundatia Liberala, Romania. "It certainly presents basic economic principles in a very simple and intelligent form. It is an imaginative and very useful (book)!", Milton Friedman, Nobel Laureate, Economics.

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ISBN 9780974969466
Publisher Liberty Publishing Co
Publication Date 01/01/2011
Binding PB
Page Length 140

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